Lane Cove 12ft Skiff Sailing Club Night of Nights

Presentation Night - This is the night we all come together as a Club to celebrate our season’s achievements with fellow sailors, family and friends. 

Be there on the 25th May from 6pm

Presentation night is for everyone where we recognize winners across every race over the course of the season, congratulate the Class Champions, thank our starters and race officials, the Learn to Sail team and award the Helen Molesworth Medal that recognizes outstanding contribution to the club.

You are invited to:

sauce, chicken drumsticks, jacket cooked potatoes, salads and bread and of course an ice cream to finish it off!

For those with dietary considerations, simply indicate this on the registration form and

there will be delicious options available.

There will also be:

entertained and the table tennis table will be set up for the kids in the George Eden Room 

Family Sailing on the Lane Cove River

Located on the upper reaches of the Lane Cove River, the Lane Cove 12 foot Sailing Skiff Club has been running dinghy races for over 100 years.

The Club caters for all ages of Sailors with our Learn to Sail Course graduating over 100 new sailors annually. We sail five classes of boats, Sabots for our Junior Sailors, Flying 11's, Cherubs, Lasers and our lead class the 12 ft Skiff. 

The fun of competitive sailing at Lane Cove is only matched by the active and fun social program that the Club indulges itself in every year. Each Class hosts a dinner throughout the season with the competitive nature of the sailors spilling over to the dinner as each Class vies to outdo the last dinner. At least one social night is held each year. The end of year Presentation Night Dinner is a very heavily attended event for the whole Club to remember the season and enjoy various prizes and recognition. Finally every Saturday after racing all the sailors from the day, the Response Boat crews and other volunteers get together for cold a drink on the  balcony and swap stories.

Lane Cove proudly operates as a 100% Volunteer Club.  From our Committee Members, Canteen, Response Boat crews, Learn to Sail, Race Management everyone is there because of the shared love of sailing and being on the water. We even have our RUST Team, RUST standing for Retired Unemployed Services Team, who meet regularly at the Club to ensure the Sheds, equipment, and support boats are in good shape. We believe that this Volunteer spirit is one of the main reasons for the success that our Club enjoys!

Have a GO

Sailing is for people of all ages and abilities.  At Lane Cove 12ft Sailing Skiff Club we offer introductory courses for juniors and youth.  

To find out more visit our Learn to Sail page.